Make this DIY paper wall art using just a Hexagon paper punch and glue! A simple craft idea that requires no art skills! Very kid friendly 🙂
This is an easy Paper Craft Idea! You do not need to be an artist for this project and there is no paint involved. Making your own artwork to decorate your house can be as simple as punch, cut, and paste.
diy paper wall art
Add your own flair and make a monogram wall art to decorate your house. Read the full tutorial that I wrote for the Fiskars Blog here!
To start this DIY paper wall art, first, collect a selection of patterned papers in the color palette you wanted. I chose to mix different patterns, but this would turn out beautiful if you chose only solid colors too.
Next, punch out hexagon shapes using the Large Hexagon Squeeze punch. This is a fun project to do with your kids because they love punching shapes from paper.
Using tacky glue, start adhering the hexagons onto the canvas. There is no need to prime or prep the canvas in any way. Simply adhere the punched hexagon shapes onto the canvas front
Next, adhere the cutout glitter alphabet onto some fun foam. Using the Orange Handled Scissors cut the foam around the alphabet. This foam gives some dimension to the letter, but this step is optional.
Finally, adhere the alphabet onto a 12 by 12-inch paper and adhere to the canvas. And our DIY cardstock wall art is done!
It’s the middle of January and even though the calendar says it just been just more than a month of winter, here in Minnesota we have had snow on the ground for more than 90 days. Well, at least it feels like that. This has been the coldest winter ever!
The Winter Blues have sunk in and I am scrambling for new activities to keep the kids entertained/busy/active.
Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
Thanks for stopping by today! If you learnt something from this tutorial, do share this post with a friend or on social media! Tag me @smithakatti #smithakatti I’d love to see what you create!